Thursday 5 February 2015

Meera’s ‘Hotal’ to grace the cinema screens on March 13th

22:45 By Lollywood Online

For all those movie buffs who had been thinking Yasir Jaswal’s Jalaibee’ is the only local movie they will get to watch in march, then you guys are in for a treat because Khalid Hassan’s Meera-starrer ‘Hotal‘ is also slated for a March 2015 release; March 13th precisely.
Claiming to be Pakistan’s first ever Hindi film, the highly anticipated movie is a psycho thriller. Its storyline revolves around a titular character Kashika (played by Meera) who comes across the border to Pakistan and stays in a hotel where she meets some creepy incidents that lead her to discover several hidden secrets about her life.
With his film releasing on March 13th not only in Paksitan but also in India, UAE and USA, the filmmaker Hasan is very optimistic about Hotal and is sure it’s going to make some big business at the box office, as reported by Instep Today.
 “We’re not worried about clashing in the domestic box office with another local production, because we have the biggest company handling the distribution of our film, which offers a litlle something extra.”
He also has a strong feeling that his film will definitely be liked and commended by the local audience owing to its Hindi novel appeal. As it is, the film has won Best film and Best Actress award at the Delhi international Film Festival (DIFF).
Hasan also thinks that Hindi being the language of the film shouldn’t be problematic at all as it will be immensely beneficial in promoting the movie and its cast in India.
 “Hindi is not very different from our mother tongue, Urdu, so local audeinces will have no problem in understanding the film.”
Furthermore Hasan believes that the film’s value has increased even more with an international singer, Jasmine Sandlas, known for her famous song ‘Yaar Na Miley‘ from Kick, lending her voice for one of the soundtracks of  ‘Hotal‘.
 “For the first time, we have international talent wanting to be a part of Pakistani productions, as opposed to the other way around. That makes Hotal a ground breaking film.”


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